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Life of a Lady Killer

Clayton Rasmussen, Journalism 1 Staff March 21, 2019

One night, you decide to step out of your apartment on campus and go to the ice cream shop just down the street. As you are walking you see an injured man, trying to take his groceries into his apartment....

The Craze Behind the Notorious RBG

The Craze Behind the Notorious RBG

Mia Driver, Journalism 1 Staff January 17, 2019

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, also known as the Notorious RBG, is known for her role as the Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. Bill Clinton said, “Ruth Bader Ginsburg cannot be called...

Teacher Feature- Melinda Reay

Teacher Feature- Melinda Reay

Jana Bowler, Journalism 1 Staff January 15, 2019

Melinda Reay, a social studies teacher here at Skyline High School was born in DeKalb, Illinois, approximately 70 miles away from Chicago. However, she was raised in Eagle, Idaho, a town ten miles away...

International Men's Day

International Men’s Day

Ann Kim, Co Editor-in-Chief January 15, 2019

Men are celebrated across the nation nearly every single day, however, there seems to be a call to have an official day dedicated to them. Every year, International Men’s Day (IMD) is celebrated on November...

Veganism Goes Global

Veganism Goes Global

Jana Bowler, Journalism 1 Staff January 10, 2019

2018 was a year of veganism. “It’s a non-vegan world”, according to vegan Elizabeth King, “but things are changing rapidly.” Veganism is the practice of consuming only plant-based food, and avoiding...

Skyline Congratulates its 2019 Sterling Scholar Nominees

Skyline Congratulates its 2019 Sterling Scholar Nominees

Maddie Moulton, Kelly Dolan , Journalism 1 Staff January 10, 2019

The Sterling Scholar Award is a Utah scholarship that is awarded to high school seniors who display excellence in scholarship, leadership, and citizenship. This program is conducted in five independent...

Should High School Students be able to Grade Their Teachers?

Should High School Students be able to Grade Their Teachers?

Kody Bogue, Journalism 1 Staff October 25, 2018

Teachers are graded through standardized testing and observations from the administrators, but should students be included in the conservation, too? After all, they are the ones who spend the most time...

Top 10 Differences Between Generation Z and Millennials

Top 10 Differences Between Generation Z and Millennials

Drew Abbott, Journalism 1 Staff October 25, 2018

The world is constantly changing and evolving, with each new generation bringing a new aspect to life along with them. Today, I will discuss the top ten differences between Millennials and Generation Z....

Lacrosse is now a Sanctioned Sport

Lacrosse is now a Sanctioned Sport

Lily Inks, Feature Editor October 17, 2018

Lacrosse is now a well-known sport, and most people know someone who plays. Though in the state of Utah, high school lacrosse has never been sanctioned. However, lacrosse will officially be sanctioned...

How to ACE the ACT

How to ACE the ACT

Drew Abbott, Journalism 1 Staff October 17, 2018

The ACT is easily one of the most daunting, high-stakes tests that a student can take in their lifetime. The score you receive on this test, along with your cumulative GPA, will help determine which colleges...

Skateboarding Sucks

Skateboarding Sucks

Tor Lindquist and Crystal Eldredge May 8, 2018

Skateboarding has grown into a multimillion-dollar industry, being legitimized in the public's eyes by large events such as street league, and most recently the introduction of skateboarding into the Olympics....

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Is “Climate Change” Even a Thing? (Satire)

Will Ginsburg, Journalism 1 Staff April 16, 2018

Why do people care about “climate change” anyway? To be honest, I don’t really see what all the fuss is about. Firstly, is it even real? What do we even know about this so-called “Global Warming”...

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